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Why Good People Make Bad Decisions - Ethics Webinar - 2.0 PDHs
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/7/2020
When: Wednesday, October 7, 2020
11:00 am
Where: WEBINAR
United States
Presenter: Kate Golden, Mortenson, Vice President, Associate General Counsel
Contact: 651-457-2347


Online registration is available until: 10/6/2020
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Why do Good People Make Bad Decisions?

 

ETHICS WEBINAR - 2.0 PDHs

 

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

 

Most engineers are good people – but even good people can find themselves on the wrong end of a decision, or failing to recognize they were at a turning point of an ethical dilemma until it was too late.  This webinar will explore ethical considerations arising out of recent case examples, with reference to the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers, and consider not only what ethical issues may have arisen but why good people, including good engineers, may have failed to recognize those issues and made bad decisions.  The webinar will conclude with some practices to help you guard against bad ethical decisions in your practice.

 

 

PRESENTER:

 

Kate Golden is Vice President, Associate General Counsel for M. A. Mortenson Company, a commercial builder headquartered in Golden Valley, Minnesota, that engages in a variety of complex construction projects throughout North America, including commercial buildings, hospitals, hotels, sports facilities, wind farms and solar facilities, and other public and private projects. Kate received her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Iowa and her master’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Minnesota, and is a Professional Engineer licensed in Minnesota. She obtained her law degree from Mitchell | Hamline School of Law. Kate has been an adjunct professor at Mitchell | Hamline and the University of Minnesota Law School teaching "Construction Law" to law students, and also in the construction management program at the University of Minnesota teaching "Legal and Ethical Issues" to undergraduates.

 

 

COST:

Deadline to Register: October 6, 2020

 

To the best of our knowledge, this program meets the requirements for continuing education as outlined by the Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design

 

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